How Jason Aldean and Ryan Hurd Feel About Maren Morris and Brittany Aldean’s Feud?
Following a heated discussion on social media between Brittany Aldean and Maren Morris regarding some remarks Brittany made regarding gender identification, Jason Aldean and Ryan Hurd have shown their support for their respective spouses, Maren Morris and Brittany Aldean.
Brittany expressed her gratitude in a blog post that she published the week before that her parents did not “alter” her gender when she was growing up and going through her “tomboy phase.” It appeared as though Maren was criticizing her viewpoint and tweeting about “Insurrection Barbie,” but she did not specifically name Brittany.
On August 27, Ryan tweeted his support for Maren, saying, “Picking on transgender children in order to score some fast points is not at all a bold thing to do. And I couldn’t be more pleased with Maren for standing up for their rights. A true mark of pride to have the CO participate in perfectly normal conversation as well. The phrase “shut up and sing” should only be directed toward individuals with whom you disagree.”
Additionally, he stated in a subsequent tweet, “A lot of people are trying to convince me that our career is finished, as if the last time she stood up about something, it went away. To tell you the truth, things are looking up around here. The tours are enjoyable, we have a toddler whom we adore, everything is going swimmingly for us, and I can guarantee that she won’t be quiet for a while now.”
Later on, in his Twitter thread, Ryan reaffirmed how he was sticking behind Maren by stating, “I’m here for you, Maren.” “And on a related subject, I will never stop loving and supporting Maren. I know I’m not very active on the internet, but I want you to know that I am and always will be proud of her. I agree with her on everything that she fights for.”
When it comes to Jason, recently demonstrated to his wife of seven years how much he cherishes her by leaving a comment on one of her most recent Instagram images. On August 27, Brittany uploaded a photo of herself on her Instagram account with the remark, “I love y’all, that’s all.” In his response letter, he referred to her as “MY Barbie!!
To recap, the drama all began on August 23, when Brittany posted a cosmetics tutorial video and included the following caption: “I’d want to use this opportunity to express my gratitude to my parents for not attempting to change my gender when I was going through my tomboy phase. This life of a girl is so much fun.”
Cassadee Pope, a country artist, posted a message on her Instagram Story and Twitter account just a few days later in which she appeared to make a reference to the video but did not specifically name Brittany.
On August 26th, she published an article in which she stated, “You’d think celebrity with beauty brands would recognize the merits in embracing LGBTQ+ people in their marketing.” “However, here we are, listening to someone equate their “tomboy period” to someone else’s desire to switch gender identities. Real nice.”
After that, Maren participated in the conversation by tweeting under Cassadee’s article, saying, “Is it really that simple to avoid being a disgusting human being? Put your clip-ins up for sale and shut your pie hole, Insurrection Barbie.”
After Cassadee and Maren’s statements, Brittany strengthened her stance, and several others, such as Mickey Guyton and Candace Owens, a conservative media personality, weighed in as well. Brittany’s position was supported by both of these women.
Jason Aldean’s Net Worth
The country music singer and songwriter from the United States known Jason Aldean has an estimated net worth of $80 million.
He is famous for his contributions to the country music genre, including the songs “Big Green Tractor,” “She’s Country,” “Hicktown,” and “Dirt Road Anthem.” He is the recipient of six Academy of Country Music Awards, four Billboard Music Awards, and four Grammy Award nominations, among other honors in the music industry.